Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with daddio:

2 syllables:
great shadow,
lad who,
the shadow

3 syllables:
many who,
tally ho,
ladies who,
at rio,
babies who,
happy home,
happy one,
happy to,
happy whose,
many do,
many to,
massey hope,
rabbi whose,
rally to,
valley oak,
valley to,
valley whose,
badly to,
daddy knows,
gandhi whose,
ladies to,
ladies whose,
rory o,
a shadow,
lady who,
study how,
panty hose,
allied to,
allies to,
allies whose,
annie wrote,
apply to,
babies to,
babies whose,
barrie thome,
barrie wrote,
black rhino,
carried no,
carried so,
carried to,
carries no,
fancy to,
fanny wrote,
happi coat,
happy homes,
happy those,
harry knows,
harry showed,
harry wrote,
jackie wrote,
maggie knows,
many homes,
many old,
nanny goat,
rabbi moshe,
rallied to,
rally those,
sally knows,
sally wrote,
strachey wrote,
tally showed,
valley known,
valley showed,
valley shows

4 syllables:
examine how,
really do,
really no,
really one,
really so,
really to,
embassy to,
exactly how,
exactly who,
barrier to,
carrier to,
carrier whose,
gallery whose,
grassy hollow,
happy hollow,
ratio to,
ratio whose,
really does,
really hoped,
really known,
really knows,
really owned,
really showed,
really shown,
really shows,
really those,
really throw,
really wrote,
salary to,
unhappy homes

5 syllables:
really allow,
really thorough

Some other possibilities:

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